Reviews by Elaine Clark
On 7/12 Elaine Clark wrote: I have heard so many good things about Stephen Arterburn. My good friend, Moni is an avid reader of his writings. She said she picks up all of his books- they're so good. Stephen Arterburn has a short program on the station I work at 101.5 KAMB, called New Life Moments; short snippets ... Book Review: The Encounter
On 6/30 Elaine Clark wrote: I was so happy to receive this free copy of Heroes and Villans of the Bible through Thomas Nelson to review. It was something I had been excited to do because of my four children that are just at the right age to benefit from this "adventure" Bible.Heroes and Villains reads like a comic book with ... Book Review: Heroes and Villains of the Bible
On 11/7 Elaine Clark wrote: Another Booksneeze review underway! I am so grateful for this wonderful program where I get to read books that I would otherwise pass over because I only budgeted for one book purchase that day.Life Support is the first in the Santee series. Santee for the town it's based in. It follows newly married ... Life Support by Robert Whitlow
On 7/17 Elaine Clark wrote: I am so grateful for my Nook and Booksneeze. I recently received a FREE E-Book download for review called Final Summit by Andy Andrews. It started interestingly enough and I thought I knew the direction it was going. Then it took a turn I really wasn't expecting. However, unlike a poorly written ... Book Review of Final Summit by Andy Andrews
On 2/1 Elaine Clark wrote: So in my normal choosing of books this would have ranked last. I happen to appreciate a "feel good" novel 99.9% of the time.However, because of the state of our world I decided to step out of the norm and read this book.I'm so glad I did. Seeds of Turmoil has exactly the right amount of information for ... Book Review of Seeds of Turmoil
On 9/11 Elaine Clark wrote: If you need a jumpstart to reaching people for Jesus, this is it. This book was written to challenge us as Christians to take on the message of the Gospel to a new level. A level outside ourselves and into the world in which we live. Lucado poses the question to the reader, "Might it happen again?" ... Inspired me to make a difference!!
On 8/30 Elaine Clark wrote: From the first page to the last page I was intrigued! When a book can urge you to continue the pursuit of knowledge, that's when you know you've found a good one. I have shared my love for this book with everyone I can.Andy Andrews had his "honey do" list turn into a lesson in history and lesson on forgiveness. ... Review of The Heart Mender by Andy Andrews
On 5/3 Elaine Clark wrote: The story starts with the son of Thomas Hunter, Samuel, and his frustrations with the blind following of Elyon. They haven't heard from Elyon in years and their enemies continue to attack and kill their families. He wants to fight. Desertions, alliances formed, plans are implemented. The way the story ... Interesting. First attempt at a Dekker book
On 10/8 Elaine Clark wrote: I began reading this book and was immediately caught by how the author and his wife's anecdotes sounded so similar to the relationship I share with my husband of 12 years. This book teaches the reader about the "Crazy Cycle: without love she reacts--without respect he reacts." It promises healing in ... Better marriages will have Dr. Eggerichs to thank!